Here are some tips for having sex during your period:
Use protection: Use a barrier method such as a condom to reduce the risk of infection.
Manage menstrual flow: Use menstrual products, such as a tampon or menstrual cup, to manage flow and prevent staining.
Keep it clean: Wash your hands and genitals before and after sex.
Consider positions: Experiment with positions that work for you and your partner to minimize menstrual flow during sex.
Communicate with your partner: Talk to your partner about any concerns or preferences you have.
Listen to your body: If you experience discomfort or pain, stop and take a break.
Change menstrual products regularly: Make sure to change your menstrual products at least every 4-8 hours to avoid odors and infection.
It is important to always practice safe sex and take care of your sexual and reproductive health.